From: Colestock, Robert [mailto:Robert.Colestock@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 2:42 PM
To: 'Christopher Brown'; imc-sfl@xxxxxxx
Subject: RE: compilation error
Sorry, you are on your own with the SNACC "C" library, we no longer support it. You must read the manual on its complex use of buffers (3 or 4 types, each with their own performance issues). All of these issues were removed with our modified C++ version. All you need to do is define (for #define) the appropriate buffer type as described in the manual. For our older "C" run-time, I believe only 2 types are supported (see the readme). All of the other definitions are left intact in case any users need to use these features, but it may be necessary to tweak the library.
From the ./SNACC/c-lib/readme
The 3 libararies are:
libasn1cebuf.a - uses the ExpBufs
libasn1cmbuf.a - uses the MinBufs
libasn1csbuf.a - uses the SBufs
Our current release does not even distribute nor build the "C" libs; the older version used to build the CEbuflib and ebuf_lib ONLY. I would guess you need these compiler settings defined:
(from our SNACC workspace settings for Cebuflib project).
From: Christopher Brown [mailto:chris.j.brown@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 12:15 PM
Subject: compilation error
I'm trying to compile a simple program that uses the SFL in VS 6.0 ... I
get the following error:
/../SNACC/c-lib/inc/asn-config.h(225) : fatal error C1189: #error : "don't
know what buffer type to use!"
What am I doing wrong?
BTW, I'm using SFL version 1.8, thanx